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    Quote Originally Posted by RedruM View Post
    Alright, Alright, Alright Dahlila... quit twisting my arm... If you wanna try something new.. You can go ahead and start pursuing me.

    Who better to start with than an ENFJ right?
    hmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dahlila View Post
    hmmmm
    HaHaaaaaa

    INFP + ENFJ = well....ya know

    Okay..... you can start now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMagdalena View Post
    HaHaaaaaa

    INFP + ENFJ = well....ya know

    Okay..... you can start now.
    See NF's, this thread sparks romance Let the pursuing begin!

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    i always pursue, but it's worked for me so far. i wouldn't even know how to go about being the pursuer if i wanted to. i'd be way too nervous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I think she's saying she digs antisocial nerds...
    Nah, even they have chasing instincts ime. You first have to whack em over the head a few times though, like get them pissy. Once they come after you coz you pushed their buttons and got them ranting on their pet peeves, you get giggly and girly. Watch them go confused. Switch back to pissing them off. Push repeat. Before you know it, you've got the antisocial nerd chasing you and actually enjoying it

    It just takes them a while to catch on to the rules of the game
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Nah, even they have chasing instincts ime. You first have to whack em over the head a few times though, like get them pissy. Once they come after you coz you pushed their buttons and got them ranting on their pet peeves, you get giggly and girly. Watch them go confused. Switch back to pissing them off. Push repeat. Before you know it, you've got the antisocial nerd chasing you and actually enjoying it

    It just takes them a while to catch on to the rules of the game
    What a lengthy process. I wish there was a Discovery Channel or Planet Earth special on the mating habits of the Humanus Dorkasus

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    I've usually been pursued and in a couple of instances, it was clear it was mutual (we both did a little pursuing) before we hooked up. I've only recently pursued someone at length because he began the pursuit and then I realized I loved him. I've gone far out onto a limb with this person with no regrets, though I'm uncomfortable to be so obvious and forward. Still, I swallowed, and took the leap because he's sensitive and a little shy and I wasn't sure he would continue the pursuit without enough very obvious interest on my part (verbally telling him things that definitely indicate that I care for him).

    I agree with someone else here who said they'd hope that if someone was interested but didn't think it would work out for whatever reason, that they would stop pursuing. It would be cruel not to do that. I keep getting pursuit/interested/body language signals from my pursuer (matched with the intensity of mine) and have assumed this means he does want to get the show on the road at some point. We've never simply had a "friendship" vibe. In the past, I've always let someone know, gently, if I'm not interested.

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    Lol I have a thing for introverted guys who are socially awkward and nerdy. I can't help it!! When I think of E-men, I think of trouble makers who pick up anything. :P I'm going to hear it now, huh? I would love to be proved wrong here. Seriously!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MafiaAngel180 View Post
    Lol I have a thing for introverted guys who are socially awkward and nerdy.
    Actually, me too.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    I am typically the one who is pursued when I am interested in someone. I will usually let a guy know that I am interested through flirtation, etc., but I do not do the chasing.

    I'm actually currently dealing with my first situation with a guy that isn't pursuing me like every other guy I've wanted to date has. It's not a typical situation though, because he is a good friend of mine. Not sure whether to let him know what's up with me or to just let it go, lol.

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